Immigration, Race, and Nation: Baltimore's Immigrant Recruitment and Response, 1880-1910

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Title: Immigration, Race, and Nation: Baltimore's Immigrant Recruitment and Response, 1880-1910
Author: Shell-Weiss, Melanie
Abstract: In the period immediately following the Civil War, Maryland was among the southern states to pursue an active campaign to recruit European immigrants. This paper explores these efforts as well as the response of residents already residing in the state, and strives to locate these initiatives within the broader context of race relations across the region.
URI: http://jhir.library.jhu.edu/handle/1774.2/32741
Date: 2007
Subject: Immigration, Race, Nation, Baltimore,
Series: Center for Africana Studies Working Papers;005

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